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Top Places For Holiday Travel, Don’t Forget Your Passport

12 December 2011 | News

Top Places For Holiday Travel, Don’t Forget Your Passport

The holiday season is consistently the most traveled time during the year.  People are traveling to visit loved ones, some of which they haven’t seen since last Christmas.  At the same time, this is a great time for many to end their year doing something else we all enjoy– taking a vacation.  If you are going on a vacation in December, there are three places that are considered as the top places for holiday travel.

Costa Rica is always a favorite to travel to at the end of the year.  The country was named by CNN as the #1 holiday value destination in 2010.  The average temperature is 72 degrees and there plenty of activities to enjoy.  If price is not an issue, the Conde Nast Traveler’s Magazine recommends St. Bart as the best place to travel in December.  As one of France’s islands, the 8-mile long island is full of pristine white sand beaches and is known for having great yacht activities.  Celebrities adore this tropical travel spot.  Lastly, the Travel Channel Orlando is a top place to travel due to it’s combination of sunny weather, famous theme parks, and winter themes created in the city, such as ice sculptures and snow.

With these top places to travel and more, you can be sure to have great vacation.  However, if you are going to be traveling outside of your country, don’t forget you may need a passport.  Washington Express Visas is the Washington DC metro area’s fastest Visa Services, Passport Processing, Expedited Processing, Document Legalization and Translations specialists. Washington Express Visas is also the Washington DC metro area’s largest and fastest courier service. Call us at 1-(202) 393-3030 today.

References:  www.travelchannel.com/best-places-to-visit-in-decemberwww.cntraveller.com/recommended/itineraries/top-10-holiday-destinations/decemberwww.cnn.com/travel